The Ocala banner

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The Ocala banner
Uniform Title:
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title:
Ocala daily banner
Alternate Title:
Daily banner
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Ocala Marion County Fla
The Banner Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
March 28, 1889
Publication Date:
Weekly[<Jan. 3, 1890-Mar. 5, 1943>]
Weekly[ FORMER Aug. 25, 1883-Dec. 28, 1888]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER Dec. 30, 1888-<Apr. 29, 1889>]


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556


The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note:
Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note:
Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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I II BUDGET NOME NEWS Kiperlencc by ObnerTatlun! THE JUIOIY! : They Are Talking for ns. CITY & COUNTYDIRECTORY. ,. !

Mr Tom Snook) of South Lake Weir, ---- The opinions on our State of the prominent I '
la ; C. U71MtK; .cur( Uitor. and one of the the Ute' meeting of the .
rf'I1l11l''f' members at
___ ___ __ : fI11 fruit. Re ml-Troplt al Judges nn Tobacco -
-=-'-_ growers of :Marion county, is in town American Potuological Society at Ocillacarry
Cigars, and on Art and Ladle! .
," taking in the xpwtion: for weight with them, as the CITY OPMCERS,
Y" dOD11gralJ, the 6th !great
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on Work at tbf''' I. & H..T.
jeweler time have Dr. Thou I'. 1
and! !l8)11 new' attractions beautiesand men composing> the association Mayor- Nary
__ ___ cbfebtd LQI' Fox .S. Sund-n Std C. RfninantrOKVTIKMEV business of fruit lerk-a A. linllork
UNnn' Inf"rma.tip is gained bj' cacti visit M : boon engaged in the "' _""hal-e. J.;. Hall\ I
AI large cum of LakeVeirites came and! his surprise!' increases with the num: :-It will be considered a raising' all over the country, and most' of I'olUn'tor-K' I'. OaJnotiAnw I

up to-day to t_a'nIIIH.,1 ExpositionQuitealrpJdeijation: her of tunes. he enters the building to treat favor if von will\ serve as)udifes on them are experts In this branch of agri '.Mor--I)K. K.. K MrlvrrTrtaminr Huowilm !

inspect!' its numerous displays to find out tobacco and cigars bv the xposition culture' Great gratification and surprise' ('II) Mtorne) --OtluT. c.rfinlTt r1 I
I came'. upon how mush A iran could nee and learn by management If it will suit your convenience was'! expressed by those of the memberswho 'et l It'nt of ('ouncil-Jim. K. iMuinHoantorAMcrmeii .' I
the noon (tat todato witness the such observation please meet at the Kxpomtionuilding had never jnitre! the State beforeat -J. t'. .1"1'K., W. Agnes.
show ". J. T. I.aucaatrr ..I..hlA.. Howtli K. 1. K<>.tt.i..I 11.Hmlch ,
baby i jot emi Mr and unbounded
)0 I TropnalMrs. Snookf) says it is a veritable school AI'ritIth at 2:30 p m, and ex- the delightful climate II. VV handler I. KnmuaxulVV U. ht'o I I
Aleij 'jfr and- orinotn'ction to him, though he does mine the various exhibits there and re- possibilities in fruit and vegetable (ul- .'hall: i ,
; children arrivedon not consider himself a novice ban>' ItOrt your conclusions in writing to theecrttarv lure which tho State fiir.nishe, and faiutary; liiSHitorV T. Klni
the noon from Brooksville, and means! in the various lines represented of the Exposition. those who had previously' itt'lt the COUNTY OFFICERS. )

will taken ::fbab)' &how.. in Florida's productions Very truly yours, G W WILSON.President, State (,rl' equally as demonstrative! Inrt'olr,1 County Judk'e--Rl<'haM McCouathyCounty .\ .
{( While he can easily fee the contentsof to the rapid development and e lerk-1)' A. Milltr.
Miss Marry: I th I.d.ll1lontcrofCapt: C.T. SherlU-h, T \\'tlllanm.Ann .
the building.must'be of made in so short a time.
Sml'tt.I, o fatu' r Li., I is the guest of absorbing ON ART AND tAPIM WORK progress/ "" 'nmir, -J. C. Mathvvr \
m "' to nonresidents! and strangers to Ir Smith, of Cambridge. :Mass., the (1o\l''t'tor-lI.\ T vvnnmaiiu, CttraTna .
Mr, and MM.Uttensoser.! tie !btateet:' ins convictions\ 'In. J. J .Hnl,,,. Mrs. J:. W. Agntw' president of the society said : .nrcr-rt. R. ITM.HuimrlntmJetit | \ .
growMrongerat : Ocald; Mrt G. T .\" Ayiirt nornoofthia climate. of "ubIi InntiucU. n-:M.:LParuu 1
Mr. Itufu..tlahonand: wife i of SoLake'Urr each recurringisit! that tl 9 IVe must own F1 mtnRton. I. ,
: 'oK In Baby I Day, as did alarge Banters and fruit growers of the county /Vtx/ar, Louis tb GoUfau, Orange Lake : WIIt'rep: ...t'1'h' wonders in plant ('.ounty e>lnl..I.I\\--II.. | \V. Unig, VV. I. j

del .i 'm>f N)uthsiders. are standing HI their own light by not It gives me great ,pleasure as President life, such developments in a few' shott'l'lIrll irantham. M. 11, Boas, 1".1'1. lirrln VV. I*. VVU.Uamwiii. .

Milting the Exposition: | oftener, and of the *'emi ,' to appoint von as \ we shall conu1 again and stay .
The Oommimlourn mt'clho
Mr. Fii.aufMasai'busettswho, I ; r hat makingintical Inspection of every die\ judges on behalf of the Exposition: I Ioncer. da, In e4iunty every iiunilh llMtM-

purchased f 1'r' Chase! South Lake |play of products in their line, as he earnestly request that you act in this m- .\nut I wr promi Iwnt I1wm ber remarked: : wchnllllltlAl'tlI.rrl )Ii. T. VVartmaiirt,

\ elra I ic:.j'rr tract will erect a handsome i knows of no exhibit suite he has been mnty, anti we will consider it a great 1'1 shall. date I he real opening of my M.tklxx.l!S. Momr ItonrJ A.IIHHU K. ClrtlUll OntMomUy i'. I.. iMirinoo In every. month. \

ands:active collate.. on !same in lorida that is as full of I'In. \'''- avor. \n\\\ will j pl4iIlIH't.t l at the Kx- eyes to the* wonders of our croat country .
ness and impotent to impart valuable and pOl'itioI1' building>nl :3rd at 5130: |I'. from t the meeting at Ocala ; and each COUNTY BOARD OK HEALTH "
\V. I1 Ifiie and Mr Hardy Useful information m.. and judgment and award promt- I'Wllt.h'ntIlr.. T. I'.llary.Secretary1'apt.hIt.Rkhentam..
et:1la.: I : of a practical kind al pass el*}' a* I have !gone over puts of !oiith
bama! Lace .purchased the S. Irl.. the contents! of the magnituent: LII*>RI- urns. and give degrees, of merit on all Florida, I Il\m more amazed at tho fiuureHHsibilitH's MrmUn-Pr. l U. A. Minlttitilhouy.. ..|MtMr Eint*. l'
Fnnk saraul' at fcurnmi'rueld and \>il lion bull.ling. works of art all kinds of ladies hands | of this wonderful tl1t'! ." M. t\ Mowraii.l I 1)t U. irvin.

operate tr; oie. Again we pay, let every (citizen of the work, articles offlkilll\lIlll11uit. Pleases I I'rofcHHor Temple, of Michigan .said : BOARD OF TRADE. .

; founts, men and women, improxe the nake a written report| to the Secretary. "If anyone had written the half' of rrecllenl: F. I'uiiiiMculnaMttil .
Mr. Jo'thitty, of Graha1\'il1e, w I ho Yours (J. W.Vuov : ,
opK| rtunit\\' and at hart make one tour very truly, what we have* seen today, I should not 'It. A VVratlur .
bad an,'!' rres!'ible desire : the of observation President. $\ocrt'lar7-Wm.( For !
through Fropiial
taklle : our enu havehehove'd it.
tib.IU Florida, is in liourJ 01 l O"rnonI'I Man, Jr. I1. :JKhelnamr -
prettiest t If you carry your eyes with you, 'lorida Leaf Tobacco, <'li ar. and *o=.ic'h expressions a* these! from men Jno'lu\: Hiiiin' J. J.l.w I.triceKetou, U. ;A.
baby clj3lr um will never regret it, It will encourage 8 molting i tobacco-Aii IapertSchool.: HO well! 'qualillcHl\ 1 to judge of a country \\eitt lit r lox and Uixxly

JiWt A. Harris his son and r I and stimulate. you and make you feel are of great value, ami their meeting in BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIA.

mother,/ .. :sarah lIarr'is. of Citra, are as you never ,I hi. before of the great An expert school opens in Xnla, 0"111will doubtlesH: result in great goodto TION.rreillentX' .
: with Editor FE. country posse-sand the possibilitiesin Marion (county Florida, on the 15th of
the State
in the '1-.1:1 sod'I stopping you t II. \\'lIm..r.1Vice |
store for you. and improve them. IKsy, for >'oung gentlemen, wily in I"n..IJtnL--t.1.: lKjc.iu-|
: leariiitur them how: F.ll. & N. Unilroad. S.It'lary .and Treasurer. -l/oul Fox.I
Uiver8 \al't" 8L fish, as exenpIitelattlieSLMniTr Citrus Cu tfi'lei18; To |plain' cultivate and Mire tobacco DiriLtori-J. 1'. LaicuiU'e l Iiaae(<"l 1
Will soil tickets for the Interstate I. Brown, M. Flshel', A. P'. Ualouwit. U. U.
I ">i>iuilbhall! have Citrus county's first Circuit Court will To a>s'>rt Florida tobacco Into iCO r.11l.'nll. |
Drill, at Jacksonville. on April 9, 10, II Zac.harla and K. A. I3urfonl.OCALA &.
due! : ence in our little daily on be held the first: Monday in Mav. The liHerent'kinds. tiiwn Sumatra: PIt yIp. ticket to 13
1 12: limiting April as
the "llall() !" return from :s._.\ugustineMr county was created in June, IKS' Thereare To learn the value of all the different follows, RIFLES. _
kinds.To : ('*|'tain-cioo. A. NiMhHmt ";,"+jt
and only' two practicing lawyers in the rcriiandina, 1125; New-hall, $1, Callahan I tiMiteimiit-ll It MtCounell.Hixoinl "y ".
I U. Martin, postmaster( county who have lotated here within manufacture cigars! nnd smoking fl.1 20 Baldwin, $1 Highland! (1' .10 IJi-uttiiaiit. t:. VVllllaiua. .. ..
for ; ; ; ;
merchant/! at llotneo, has an eve the past! two weeks-Colonel! W. J. Barnett tobacco, which 1'i1"Iake\ the young starke Forty Meult"crs.FIRE.
I.nwh'.t.O: fl.40
beautiful babies, and i H up today to see MDul'ree of Florida eight months. l ; ; Hamilton,
,recently of nrooksvilh, and C. !gentlemen Waldo ) ,* COMPANY.
:ft.10 40Orange Heights .1.4 >
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the-tootsy pootsy"! xhuw }o'Jq., recently of OtAlaIVtitions such experts! that they will lie able toact ; Chief' -T I*. laiiraattrForeman .
(''uni]>\ile!| 11 revs.) Hawthorne, $10; -Maurice lUielnauer! .
for the Ocala tobacco
are out asking for a second as agents Ixichloosa $1 .75; Inland Grove $1.S\: ; First ajwlhtant. -LnHiuVolkMtcondaiwlNUiit \ '
Captain- Marks, of Caimlet, Montague's election fir countv ,site!. HomoHawa will !leaf and manufacturing association/ \ at a Citrlf.I.U)0 J2 Anthony, t.10: -.W I). Mar bAll. ,
and nnjla' <'able rival, says he and of $. (") to |.' (Xi) ) ; Sparr, ; ; II.
inveterate: give a H0< ()X) court-house bridges salary per }e-ar. Spring Park $2: 15 !Silver Spring: *22r:! > !Hecrctary Mailed
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I precious' to bring her For learning to lie cost $100 Twenty-live luemtwri
too main A G
deems his baby i The line of the b. S. O is an expert, Ocala 12.25: !Samoa $.Mr Belleviow
"- had her take private (con ( in advance. Wanted ; ; HOOK AND LADDER .
\ :ap UN rail, so within a mile and a quarter of Hannsn payable 1125(1 i.'VI: ; !Sumerlield. i''ilO: ( ; Oxford $270; VCOMHANY.Treat
'ld, the present from each county, not less! than ono :3111ildwooti .lent-Ahram alinrr
ve Qom' OrlaJtllo, :*:J $275. Orange
,"(' flull"ctur'i; the busiest! mann The J. T. A K. W U U has filed for young gentlemen. Arrangements are Home *:: .Si Bamboo JJW ForemanWllki ,ileutaAui.taut
The : ; ; Whitney, VVclU Kkhanlum
I : .. From MX in the morn. record! a deed, conveying to the Inter made by a hrst-cfcw hotel for hoard.J. .
: : ; Twenty uKutberi.TULUL.A
Marion l'OU.'lt> *:2.M! ); MontclAir H; Ixesbnrjr, $10., ,
o. In.tsIl.mlJ .n1lht.' l he> labors in his 'Be' nal Improvement Company of Florida, J. :Sbetz: Manager Eldorndo, (120: ; TavarcH, 1120: : Panasotl, LODGE NO. ax. I. O. O. K.UMeeU .
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.:, with biWi'UnW; to hasten the work of 152,000; acres<< of I land.Mannafleld mail. from_ Attention School Children kl'C, |205\ ; Siimlemlle, $2, BiiHlinell, : every irwlay veuluK(.J, .. ".

> receiving tases.t __ Homosas&a and enjoys a daily for l the The local editor of the BANNER will $3.10: (); St Catherine, J J.15. IjicXKxliec, W. II. challle, N. U.; t .
fruit.stand are appl Ping $3.35: :\ ; Dado Cilv, $150;: ; Abbott, $.).75 VV M. 1'hlllll*, &crdar,. '
our (enterprising: mall facilities from Hrookaville !give a y.'are'subscrii>tinn to the paper, All .
r. J. o\\eiiH, same rairbanka vimtliitf brolhera cordially Invited
)1r. I'lant City tl:5. H.o/i (Gaines "
I has received a large Citrus is growing and must have silver dollar and his" or her expenses to ; ; 1,
eatecUoner ville1, fl<;;'fi; HamtiUMk( Kulno $1.7fl. Ar- OCALA CHAPTER NO. R.
/ amt, will soon be able to all the modern conveniences and from the rIMll'ition: ami the last 13, A.M
t4 lIodafvDntalll, wit Ii t hat de.JightfuSl1U1w'r --- --- dinner to be had in the building to the re'doiKlo{ $1.75; Kanapaha, |l 1.1010; l'a\nwr.\ tlcaa t"hapttlr| Ni. 13, K. A. M. COIIVCN'allnni !" I
furnish his mans beverage.The patrons NothliiK Hinall the ManaKementOCAIA.FLA. .pupiljof. ; Marion count y'n public schools, J:.8r>: Archer, t--; River Junction I $4 2 5; flrnt Monday nautili f'Yl'r11D1lIlth.II. ....., ...;
W. IX.NO. U r.
will give the bt", written account of hattahoochee River, Ills; BronsonfJIr J. 8. FRIZIH HvcrcUryPRESIJYTERIAN.
drilling ni htlyand .. Mar 2i ,18S9. Utter Creek $.'.15 Mlzey: $2Cidar .: \ ,,
(kala Kifles 1 are of where tin is found in the United States; .1 ); ; ; CHURCH
becetml.ete. one Salon A. Adami, Secretary/ Florida SubTropical and its peculiar kind and val hey, J2SO; Marietta, '>-C.; Mac- .
1 bare InaprlzeItoto i. t for at Jacktomdlt Fla. .- of merchandise 11m' ('Ienny,11J0. Glen /St Mary H .10); San lily W II. ClolwAU), I'atUir.
: : an a commodity
the m: : uti' the lIth, 12th and! 13tbof the making of useful utensils ch' JO: ; OhIMlt'l, titAO); I Lake City HaWathmrvlocnat I 11 I A. M. ass 7 1'. M. Sunday'
Jaeksunrdlr the grand Jacksonville Mhitooir DEAB: SIR:--At a meeting! of the Ex- t-1.45; lake Ogden ft.r15.1 Wellxirn |L(5 1 l ; &'ho iolaltf::JO *. M, ; VVmlnewlay evening lecture
: of letter allowedin
April at only one page paper| at 7:111.;: Htatilrve, The public 001'111&11) lurltod
(,. Drill. -- ecutive Committee of this corporation, the article State; or territory to|"hogra- lIo\J"tou.1\ ; Live Oak, $1.UII); LllavilleJ : EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
tary of Micanopy tbe following resolution was adopted : of be | .I 15. Madison, IJ45; Greenville, |J 75;
f fi fi Matthews! phy country andjoounty: must! given, Aucitla i' ,
,/ Mr.T. K'lolitit That the Secretary be instructed I to also date of discovery of the artu le. \ IJKi; (DnRon, 1i,1 i; Monticello IUR: C. II. VMLMrK, KectorKerrlct .
I. and the Florhla representative and the Southern tender to the Florida Hub.'I'rnpical! of Jackwtn Professor Sti eater, of Ocala Stewart of I::1.10); Lloy.l |;:i25.' TallahaHHOo, H:J.rj; '. every Sunday 10-: -> a.ID., cud 7 1) p. I
I Savannah JlorliingtU' his Title, the free and Kralntlnui use of our Kipoul[ Fairview Midway, |'(t7lltlncy; H.15, Mt.l'leasat,1420. m, itan lime Hati freu, s.utuay xuu >lat
paid and Lyiuen of Benedict and a..1V1.{
In town
/ ld/ lion building for the didpUy of posters and the II. ('harut.erIemnMularantendoat; .
J rmt!'" BANNER and looked in buieau of Information for the distribution of the I Editors F. E: Harris and :Milton 1-'. Hood, '. p-m. 1
i respects to the printed matter of the Hub-'Tropical Exposition. of Ocala, to l be the judges Ono admission included. '"< r
Yours truly, J. O. CLARHIUcalea. ,
EspJaiti; n. I A. O. MAcDosxLL,
the tk.ocfetar1. All communications on the subject TRAVELER'S GUIDE.

OJnhran, of Candler, was among --- must lie III Ocala by Saturday morning Gen'I.1'ass. Ag't.
Mr. at the BANNER ottice next April 6th and sent to Professor 0
'! nt ca\ler\ of Candler'stodaprising Arrival at our lintels Schedule of ft: 0, N, R. :
the p' ill one Streator Give name and postoffice.To .
Con Town full of babies
energetic merchants. Ocala 1I0l'KK, :March 27--H I. K. Smith, Arrive 'from HUIIMMUUMI i,", ..... ..... .. ........ h:4A r M '
and another year. I Town talk is baby talk largely today Patron Plymouth, S'Ia.0.; (i. IitclicockT.( O A Leave Cx.ala for lloiiKwa-M...... .... ......... U,:JU A K
send the BANNER Good order prevails within the corporate my I IteturmiiK .1.-. ... 5-CKI<< '
A. Uy C. II. Pratt F M. Rv. Wru Addis : p n '
De 8I 8 Ti"nnk of loummert1f..ldbvip ; limits. For our mutual benefit, I will leave and; wife, Mrs,, Whitln;, Emporia l Leave fleets fur lloiniiMUMaal......... ....... 6111: rl

Mr. oaf his U.utiftal home, Building continues-hous H going" up about the Mist of April for New York, to Kansas; MIM Plato, Scranton Pa; I.dcKxIhvart I.: K, C. ft P. R. R., (Old F. R. ft: N. Line,) .

di aursrry hammock grove in all directions. attend the }Polyatenic a chemical school Bound, Brook, N. Y.; Mr. and Schedule. :1.'

magnificent 7f! Joath Lake Weir has Trade lively and the merchants wear a for graduates in medicine\ and surgery.Ir. Mrs. 1'. 1'. BiMhop', Citra; Visa Bishop
ro8. the satisfied and exhuberent air. Alston, a physician. of experience I'aiwenger.. nuutu. Umnd .............N... :lU: AM
to Gillett | on Citra; 1< B. Bishop', Fritz banow Hoc:lies- ,
mutt "in uu,1 I ................ I4lrnNOH1U :
gone ais asides scrubfamid swill.. create a Lots of people at the exposition to- will occupy my office during my ter, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Bishop, N. I'lUItol'nC'r! .. .. ...,..............NeOT; r r '
borders of the day. absence, and solicits a share of the practice Y., C. J. Ju"'thl'hiladI'IJltia" ; J. *\'. Freud ....._........ 1:00: r II x,
new one' Vegetables plenty-straw'berries falling ol Ocala and surrounding country Smith, St. Augustine; Mrs. JI 11. IIos hOt Ml).

Barwkk, the indefatigable in line. ______ I commend him to your kind consider mer, W. B HoHtner, Bimton Mass ; H, H. fauwngvr arrive I la Ocala..................... 9-07 M P
Colonel county's unequalled ation. R I). Tuovitiov Wilson last Mich .' U. Scattered. Saginaw, Frelght. .......
ombat has been ........ 11:07: A II
workT CommKI'oionpr! >rtC. 11, Alston Mrs M. A Wood, J'IUM'IIjl'r .
but tame UP Editor Harris is in Tampa, Tile local The following Hummertield folks are | 10:U P M
for some time, : ,*' Newark N. J., }(ra. A. C. Wall, Bradford, WILL HOPKINS, >. .T wn ifcielilteul.
inditopost'.J rb specimens of took the noon train for St Augustine to taking in the baby show : Mr and Mrs.
to-Jay with' 'T.Srted'1, babies' to enter attend the State I'reas Association meeting Sims billiard and baby, who will boa Mann; I. J. Brukaw Anthony; Chas B. K. 8. R. R. Time Table.
and his teeth f A the rotunda Faulkner Kantian verity, Judge Wigg, Pa-
SOIDter's" baby prizes.Ir. pick contestant ; Mrs. Will White, Jlev Wilson .
..tah \ Mitnti SOUND.I'as.enger )
for the .'A't'er of the Ponce de Leon and Brother Gafl T. M. D.> ,:lass and family. T. H latka; It. W Howe, city; J. A. Harris, anlvcs In Ideals. 4

them naof Boston, ney, the bent job printer I n the State aDd says he has the haiidsomret baby in the Cilra; W. H, Brady, Detroit .. .,., N.. N :::::::::::: = IM:i : : '

Charles O. Tan lot or land of who knows more about newspapers than world, but doesn't want to hurt any MOMTCZLMA HOTEL: \March 27.-A. L 1'nIMb'.. .. .. '. .............. ..:.o 4 II

to recently aummerheld'' a has the whole BANNER/ office from chief to ones feelings, so would not compete for Hears, North Carolina; W I:. McJ-ane- If ............._121),)"II
who Paul cook will erectPlanted the devil, will run the little daily for the the 1100 prize. helm, New York; M l>avis, Atlanta; J. NOSTU SOVMUUxtunilons H ,
l1r out a 20 a re grove and enthu next 26 hours. ---- Chitty, I/.uis Fletcher: Grahamville, IIMarcotte 1'a.eeuger critics. l. Oes1..._...._........? 7:15 't.) .
and being an ...... .___...IJ::bd! I'JI
rel6hlenre 1\t't'lIr( Benjamin A Fox appear in United States Army J. H F' .. .. .. .
fjOOO man went to :. ._..... IHW 4 I( ,3
Grover Cleveland the Ez.Presi- Correction our columns today in a bran new alvertisoment IJudlt'\, Orlando P M. Gates, Sirs. K. ................_IEUA: 4..
TaeucamPa yesterday to !greet The proper and legal name of Mrs and their goods are as new M. ((811\1)) i'rentisft, is now Annie Mcllvain in brightness, sparkle and tteduc'ivenesa -- -- '- -- .. -.

'andter Butt We omitted the word Butt in of prices, as u the quality of the matter The little daily enjoyed a pop call this Delightful Dally.

i yesterday's issue in which the ad is worded As purveyore morning from Mr. Oliver Hogan, so well Silver Springs and Ocklawaha Jtiyer

l and owner most flourishing orangehnTneot to tInt public 'in a general line of and favorably known in Marion county, steamer Eureka.Captain Coon- leave
ti{ 1 ('alDe the We are reliably informed that all ra- gradsMesers. Benjamin & fox have but who ill now r prr reliable for UrahamvlUe after, the arrlvalot the

lee In the rTe: ports to the effect t that the personal differences few equals dive them a call. New York oomrniMioQ house of DPemtjwill morning train from Ocala and returning

baby of >oun< marriedthe between Messrs. Samuel McFar- ;- A Co., 27 Jay street )fro in 'Mine for i-awmngers 'to connect with '" f

the rising doing eneration their duty fur the pros'peritY lane and. Frank Moorhead was causedor Will Hopkins is doing land-offite I llogan has bean ,. jha, pant, three evenihg train fop Ocala ; W rnllw-fare ,

*ere welfare or the whole In anyway connected with one ofEves business his handsome uptown F. H.I months in South Florida: with had. from Ocala and return. 11.50 d8feb2mllapffalns .. I'
general fair A N. Ticket office This morning he
and daughters, are gratuitous and quarters at lakeland, has clone a very
without shadow cf truth. holding an immense mixed rush,
I a was successful busin ". e
contry returnsthanki to Mrs head level', thirteen persons trying. to In Residence Lot.,

The IittldailY one or the noble minded, The name of M.; yiihel, one of OcaU. buy that many tickets at one and the >$10 Watch for $0. Persons desJrinjc UMPMMW residence

)1ar1! 11 tlliame and, patriotic ladie. of Cit- reputable, reliable and fair dealing men same time and after contortions of the To sdrertlss our famous 110 watch we offer lftt. ,aJjaqeat to.tli. public square.. band I
large hearted whose whole soul i. en- chants is becoming a household. word in yoke and person, that in dexterity of them air the nail 30 days it : poetac prepaid. some and deelrebiepvperty will call l|
and county die and and it will not actions of the TbU watch U stem wind. m let and S lMmevement on
01 their our city county, only motion discounted the Kitrr wMcb fui> tested before Paul Jorieouu.: *. of Bullock) &
eociil tan \&day. interest, but be instructive reading and most dr jntn4ed aerobrat, succeeded.) keying fetter sad guaraatesd r a good Uwe, IJarford.pwner. lJw.lnT will bo

she knows CitrOi aid the pocket book, ia noting his ex Will never wean so beatific 'a' countenance keeper Se o4 money t>yexprcMt>f roct-ofOee or' In time dfytoron w.,tf T"3. rur-

: and would take the Unsiv6 ad. fn to-day's weekly.; Al as when dealing out railroad der Aadr Qr draft MeaU OQ 0a1eqO.rcUnlonB., rtiMoan." .. Spring.M4. chM. ra can now socnre A .) ,
the prU ILIt
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F 7nE OCALA DAILY BANNER. The New York City Washington Cltra Gleaning i Tournament Prizes. U deter-
The Hamilton Dnu
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OCALA, FLA., MARCIl, ta, 1889. I Colonel J. Q. Burbridjre, of Jacksonville A party of interested people from t this' i he nio.t attractive days! of the 1.xposi 1: tOre
I is commissioner for Florida at the place visited Waldo on 'T",,,diwith the t.m; mi.U large number of people will
r centennial celebration of the inauguration Intention of n.-Hn: the <. II I ""Mire' of i in the city to witness it.

F. E. HARRIS, Editor. of Georgd Washington, which will orange! but owing to the authuii !>.! not I I I be The! following. prizes' are o Iere< :

take place at New York. April SO. I Living present, they were not i permitt-d i ,I First:; lrl1.e-One hundred dollars in
The Florida military companies are I to witness it, instructions\ having berg
getting interested'\ in this grand and left that no one admitted. Otherwise 1,111. J"lzt'-Fifty Il)1I11r8111 gold
Brilliant historical event,and are displaying we should have had ft pleasant accountof I :!r..nd I

Ij't' considerable interest in whirling into this enterprise.The Tic lied: Grocery, :Magnolia street, is AND ?
line with 100,00) of their brethren-in Citra Improvement Society, to groceries.
the 1Ial'l' to buy your
I' Retail
arms from all over the Union. whom we are indebted for our beautiful II. 2 iiARl4: Proprietor. Drugs !
The Gainesville Guards, the DeLand park, held a merlin at the resilience!! of dSldwlm

Rifles and other crack State Troops, in* Mrs. A. K White, on Monday evening., ---- -o---t
eluding our "1IOlcr) boys," are taking The attendance:. very small. : -ALL 1
measures to keep step with the grandest Mr. K Wartmann: and family hate JAMES: 11. MOOUHEAD.tx ). KINDS OF

0 military procession America has ever just returned from a visit paid Mr. and. OILS, HTATIOXKUY, TOILET
witnessed.The Mrs. J. W Hodden, at Wildwood.Mi I -I-II

Ocala Rifles/ petitioned the I i'IH Mollie> 1'arkerat agreeable .... .... -ASPFANCY
young '' -----
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Governor last evening to permit the lad)', of i'arkerhbunr. Va-, and who ::.=-; "ASIi COUNTY. SURVEV'OIt.-.....;;..\.......:.....- ARTICLES
-- State Troops to visit\ New York, April has been visiting :Miss Woodie Alexander : :: =
--=- --- -"'- and I let the time and for week I'I'.j.
30th a
pay returned to her home last Sunday. In
The Spanish mail steamer Mundananwas go: on this year's State encampment. If One by one they go, etc. Is now located lu room 1. R. K. Yonge A O).'! Complete Stock 1 1Ve

sunk In a collision at Manila and the (governor fails to gfant their request The ma ic lantern ard comic show, by I new tiiiiMltiK.lall1M1)1'1111'.1/\. opposite before Monteiumn you build Hotel.your Have Improvements.
thirty lives lost. twenty men of the rank will create a Win. F. Huff, of l Stau: n ton, Va., on :MouJ: your My Survey are open to contest by \ handle none but the finest brunt*n?, cigars
fund of$100 and they will go away. dav night was a mo laughable occasion.Mr. two or more competent| Mirveyors. I use the best lleadyuartera for Wall Paper sod .rd Seeds '
---- Colonel Burbridge has received information of instrument and the original field note In all of WI4IGILT A '
w The funeral Admiral Chandler.of the John 1' Chipman, a member my work. Parties desiring work can address ire FRAZER,
\ U. 8. Navy, who died at Hong Kong, from the headquarters at New the firm of Sanftster & thipman, is attending at Ocala, or call at my office. Eationates on Railroad PTBUCSQCAHE : ; 0C1 Fu lxJam3
was largely: : attended by the English York that already applications have the bedside, of a very Kick son at surveys and tub-division! of large tracts Into
beers i stationed there. been made by the different States to the hiM home at Kentville, Nova Scotia.A town of city lota made on c lb'ation. r
I extent of 52/KX: ) troops. The executive birthday party was eiven last Tues :L"Jmchtf dl J. A'. XUOMIEAD.HERE .

. The O. A. It. Post, of St. -Augustine: committee in Ntw York will providefree day at the residence\ of Mr. T. J. :Mt-Rae, r--- --- --- -- ---
gave a benefit Tuesday night for the accommodations and meals for all in commemoration of his son Julian An I AM--
Confederate Soldiers Home, at Austin, military companies participating, and the immense crowd of children: attended, I GIVEN '

Texac. General O. O. Howard made an only cost to any company desiring to go, and a pleasant evening was fi>ent. f

& address. __ -____________ will be the transportation.More- -. -- of Mr.Washington H. Blake, and I). I'.little. are nephew visiting, both Rev. i: ::..:"Offering. : :'to: iji.public. : the: : ..i finest line: I:::::!: AWAYhomebody

Buffalo Bill will leave this country for to Follow. Dr. Blake. tn

ariA in a few weeks with his famous Et. layor Hewitt, speaking in a Southern Mr. J, S. Wyckofl has purchased a half FLORIDA "
} and of cowboys and redskins. He will city the other day of his Southern interest in the Palace Drug :Store; form. CURIOSITIES, i has the found secret a.out atlw ind" n l
: (giving away by wbich bee
1\ camp for the summer near the great trip, said : I was last here in ISfiO. erly owned and conducted b.1 Dr. M W. FANCY GOODS ;!:..curedBOWELL'S:: .......................... ........ I
Eijtosition._ The change since then is simply marvel Ellis. The style of the firm now is Ellis AND STATIONJRY.OFFI'EStPPLIES .
ous, and although I had kept |>osted t Wyckoff. :
Postmaster-General Wanamaker has through the newspapers, I am free to Mr. Carl F. Hill, our pleasant and ac -1-
an eye to businewn al waYM. Ho advertisesthat say that per' :>wual observation brings com modating express agent has been me AT LOWEST I'RICKS.
he will sell throe two cents for a I have heard much BIG
many surprises. ot night operator at Starke. We are sorry -1-1j
nickel at his Philadelphia bazar. This the wonderful resources of Alabama anti that such is the and hope t that circumstances -
.r may bad taste.ho enterprise, but it is exceedingly Georgia, of the push and energy of your way case combine to cause iiis j::::::::A::full:.Ltneot. :.Magazines' :md:the. :very: .:::::::::.: BUSING! m..

people, of the South ns being favorable return in a !short time, as does a fair onr.
for financial investments and of the "
)1r. John L. huh lnf Philadelphia, has IDEM.We I i And now: the secret has bee me pane::
just returned home from Florida and he wonderful.) developments of your sectionin ----.--- i erty and town talk there' Is no UMOBM ,I
-always on hand atHARNETT -
: I am more in love with till clio every way. I can now fay that the the ttuKgeLEKSIURU ......... ........ ...... ; lug qulet to we admit that the secret of ;

says mate and SOIl of Florida this year than true state of affairs has not been exag; Jo'LA.1"\ 6,18SI.! .,........OCALi() : ,.NE\S8hBror.\\ ; :..........3m.;..;..91.55.i...:.;..... ...i".. ]..great: .trade. ..Is. ?,?.................. ... _. .'.
ever before." Mr. Hill must bave visited gerated. What we have seen in our To the f'ditor of thf Manner :

our Semi-'l'ropieiil Exposition short trip cannot, I am sure be seen in I notice that Ex-1'resident Clevelands TO SELL THE WAND :
any other quarter of the globe" And :.
advertised to bo in 0 ala time .
same '.
:Mr. Hewitt hasn't visited Savannah .
Robert P. Poiter, editor of the New eillll'r.-.Y. ".*. yet Neitl.'r!! has heM i. before a great while. Wouldn't it he a ::: :: HOUSE::::. -- -
York Press, did Home social work for good idea to arrange for a Cleveland Day
Floriila and aint>Rvillo. 1'II'rt'forlwe\
the census of 1880. lie wants to bust the it the Semi-Tropical, and thus give the Ask the Lowe I .
' say that lie hlnot seen: half of the -1-1uumm
census of 1KIR. The of South: Florida to 'J
Miperintendrnt people an opportunity
glories of the huundlcsx South- the old I ... .
that work will receive: fii.OOO( ) and will see the man who has -made the best : POPULAR 1IOTKL OF- goads and; ; linen"I
i South in its! new glory.-Gaineti'illeUncord. : Best lowest priers, in
have ft large amount of patronage President the United States has ever I : hlli our store with customers and like ,!;

If half that our Northern visiting tad since the days Washington, or SAVANNAH, - GEORGIA.: L household.I : ..word. ..of..the.... .name. .ofROWELL'S. .,
Chief Justice! and Mrs. Fuller have probably ever will have unless he besleeted
friends of is true then to the
'' say us see \ -I-
sent their parental blessings! to their again.
liveliest city Florida, the finest citrus .
daughter who ied with
i Mihyaiikcn dude, and invite the couple a stud display lUlls the that world not has ever witnessed for fer, 'The Ingenious-Invention--ors ljuily. \ ELECTRIC: : :UiiliTd': ; ::AM>::UKLLSi: j j1 (

of to visit them in Wellington. The C. J. tility and productiveness are equaled in the Flowery Mrs. Spencer| of l'a- alina, Dale -.---. -_..- ..-....._..-......-. ...-
a .; is a very sensible man and his wife a Kln lloU1." Ex-Mayor: Hewitt certainly county, Fla.: who is a successful grower -1- iy
sensible wom tit missed it by not extending hill observations -
her berries of sand. Sl: revolved ideas -1-
t to Ocala and latitude :.ft9. Millinerjl!
hl The Republican neuspppcrs all refer in her hi ad while it occurred to her RATES REDUCED TO $z PER DAY Millinery
to the improbability of the new minister The Correct View. that by taking several thicknesses of Tmchtf.e .

1 a to Austria having: any thing to do, in who think that mosquito netting and I making a hollow ..................................... .. ......
their effort to prove that Fred Grant'sappointment People an advertise-I serve of them by fastening it in a "
Our Milliner Is at home again
v' was a proper one. This is ment of three months' hoop and then putting the berries in the .....-..... ....................... ..... .
a little rough on the colonel, but it is the to make them rich, make a mistake. Advertising I leive and gently shaking it, the sand I .. ..
; only possible eicuse for the President. is like eating. If you want to was quickly and etlectnally THE LOST CHORD i| JUST FROM THE NORTI

UFA be healthy you eat regularly, as meat today The mode is simple, jut does 1'l'lUUVOli.\\ .. .. ............ ......-.............. ... .. ..

k The artists of ,New York have formedan will not serve you for tomorrow.To well.\ _______________ ............With.........a...Full...... and Complete... ....Stock...... of..
be well and hearty eat at meal!; ............... ..
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: atipociation to ti.htthe protective duty every ........................................................... -
of to be prospl'rOUin business, fdvertise Dear to Her Heart In the Iluiiner.
ouorks art. They do not wantprott'ctiun.
I Their attitude i is in striking regularly. Stop the ono and you starve To time Jailor of thf limner : lure and FINE MILLINERoEverything
read this
iplendld ,
and die the other and business piece
a contract the United to that of almost everybody tlsein takes; consumption and your dies also. Please let me know when I the time is .m =::::::J:: : i :FirilL9ass---0 : ..
lc States engaged.: in making: is like out for my paper. The HANNKK: U the I WE ARE rnns
articles hone price is embraced by the Spasmodic: advertising having a only paper I care for. I give it toU.\' o-ooboDs"GUAKANTEED.C
tariff. "feast and fll.miul'-and is never satisfactory. friends when I have read it. Each line will make your desire Increase. ......... .
l To take out your card in dull I

a Senator Mann is organizing, in Jacksonville times is like killing your horse becauseit 171\1!!\I Krade 1:14.; II.8t.WIIOM, Philadelphia., ISN'T TIIAT_GOOD? HoodE&ash
sir is a little lame. It is in dull times the m

it, "' Kefrigeratoi, the vegetable and auction system most advertising; should bo done, and it I N| | ew Goods of all\ description! are ...
cars quick
transitorta- Attention, Ocala Ullle. ;
vi tion will make the valuable is in dull tunes that advertising is the lefford'g Old; Stand: Public Square, OcaX>
0o to Florida truck growers. The Senator one most effective, as more notice is taken oflrintl'rs' At a meeting of this company held Sateens of Every shade

eh r will visit Italy and California to enlarge ink than at any other time. March 27th, it \\aM ordered on motion, ,

his knowledge of fruit growing and This sizes up the question just right, that : All members that do not attend all J lI Kt pouring in our spacious store.

transportation! from those l'| ointsof the and we commend. its sensible words to drills shall not go with the company to ............,......-.....-......--....-.......--... ..-.-.
the merchants of Ocala who do not use!'
Jacksonville April 13th, and to the annual
T com JlIL8I. _-_______-____-_-_-__ printers' ink at all, or have attacks of advertising. I encampment April 30th 1889. BEAUTIFUL ZEPHYR CLOTHS I ; : THE REDDCTIONMEANS" i

A The tender 'of the Philadelphia. _____________ : G. A. XASII, Capt. Ii
office to Mr. Field, an i ndl'pl'ndf'ntbUlln } A Tal-Atilenor for Er pretty ai you ever saw .........-...-.......-..-....--....-....-.-.........
Responsible I General Sanford is booked for a for .._ ....
is -
man creditable -
; to Mr.
,, very roueous AIiAelitilnenta, ne Table Linen
Wanamaker. The opjtosition; which trieselection I eign mission. Toiels, Etc op".sr
it The Tavare Herald has seen a letter. cKr'-
tt encounters from the l 11OI\1It'1II

sufficient and machine-workers indorsement.of But that a city"tender"is its is written of Lake by Comptroller county, in which Barnes the to Comp a citizen : Captain of the Ocala L. M. Thayer House. retires April Mr.manager G.. Moire/ Bilks China Silks and Surahs too. .. .....---...--............-...--.-........-.

trollerexpr the following opinion, i Q. Duv.lateof the unfortunate Suther DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS & --
i not an appo nhut'nt. If Boss Quay does GO"ODS"ATT. *
Mr.I Field which will be general Interest : ''Ai land Hotel, Clear Water Harbor, aseumes -
not want to be Postmaster, it II
cloud I ndla! Linen, Lawns and * COS '
relieve of the Challle
to AND
property apparent not BELOW
the few.
la pretty safe to say that he will not gel caused by illegal tax sales, I will management. a ..-.....-.......--.........-.......--...--
the ollice .... .
that such sales can be easily set aside by Embroidery Linen, Plain an Stamped. .--j.------.: trt
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applicants to the court and the costs recovered leaving I j.I j jI

The Goodrich Bullock election contest from the purchaser of the illegal shares in the Florida; Produce, Manufacturing J N ew shades In Henriettas, pretty sight to 0- e
case continues to drag: along, and is tax certificate; but it would be easier to Company, Leesburg.\ Addreo: see I i

doubtless becoming monotonous to the have the holder of such tax certificate or the secretary at Leeeburg. Hamburg ..-...-........................-,-..-....-.......-
parties directly Interested. Since the tak deed issued thereon to quit claim to the MarchlS4t. and Fane Lace -"
ing of testimony in this city commenced owners and I have no doubt he would : ---'TI }r PLAUL>>
i about eight reams of leral-cap. has Rio\ % each line of Dreg Goods the ._
pnjwr} his nicest
so, as he can get : money Lost Noted \ they
;r been used. The investigation\ in this back from the State. The tax assessor' One E. M. jT \ .=:=:::::::=::7'1::

district has been in progress fifty davs. can be sued on his bond for any damage given$150 by, and Gray another to Thomas for fllO J. RIbbons all Shades & \Width I i
The total expense mentioned thus for I accruing by reason of his failure to follow arnt'8bror Dennis Addison ,
a payable to 1-0.-1
amounts to between five and six thousand
the law and cause an apparent cloud.
Sam Burn, and held bv Thomas J. plnest line of
;4 dollar*.-Oaiwtnlle Adivtutt. to be placed on the title of any proper. Barnes. The public cautiened against Ginghams that you did ever lee, j--U-l

Miss Rose- Cleveland, "Our- Grover's" ty." negotiating for said notes.ru25d30t LADIES AND CUILDREX& SHOES .-.--......-.-..--..-.--..- ,t

sister, is visiting at Zellwood, Orange A Doom"-n'a-So.itb;;' i -Town. THOMAS J. BARNES hJu.t _... :
' county Mine Cleveland will be a guestof A'Btatr correspondent of the Chatta A comfortable well kept hotel that step la and try us;see If It will not I ------S. I lyt

Mrs. Clara H. Scott, and remain in noo.a"NI, describes Fort Payne, Ala., charges most reasonable rates is the -ora HOODS ARE FIRST QUALITY_ "'-'-'-.-...- .. I1 f
this favored 1 part of the State for some, Harnett house Savannah Ga. ... .. .
I as the great booming place at this time. so long ;- -- -...-..-..---- -1
time and Zellwood being only a mile He that lots In the town conducted by Mr. M. 1.. Harnett."-.NVw X reed
good bring your
says eirtttions on the OCALA 'WRID"I
from Mt. Dora, where the Chautauqua spot : : : !
York World.
from (20 to 1 100 per foot, front ; that he marlltf I
I ia being held Miss Cleveland will .
now -
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trade closed at -- --
Sunday $ .700
one on
saw BeaBtlfalRgnred
Chillies F
avail herself of the Intellectual treats in Be YardAlso smISNOWDES
for a lot on the hillside ; that Judge J. J. ,
for her there and
visit that
tore pretty who has made
Nix, thousands of dollars -1-i
She will attend the exercise
town. of during the boom, last week sold a lot on a See une olGENTS'CLOTHING_ I
the Chautauqua.To the principal street with small frontage JACKSONVILLE.. FLA-

for $500. Today he will give the
Give the l'oor Miner a Chance. pur- d MCFARLANEDLAtfRS .
chaser 1,000 back for the same piece of -
: Mexico-Government bas Centrally loeawd ou rnyth street betwuea '
tiecitled land. Ocean and nee, Shoe, tau 1C-
not to sell to one company all and Furnishing Good 4l

the mining concessions in Lower CalUforoi It la remarkable bow fast pu it being IS AGAIN OPEN, -1- ALL KINDS OF FURmITURE

*. It ia 'preferred that practical cheapeaed. Fuel gas U now supplied to VERY LOW
miners,shall take op claims, and every the people of West Chester at three centsa amNL
t,, effort will bt mad to induce miners to thousand and the pltnt.whlch supplies Under Iud new reduced)fana rat m a to nt.permanent Special Inducements guests.Mii9. -1- TOT

enter mining land I 2,000,000 feet a day cost only $ ,OOO. F. M. UAKWN. I'ropn.ue. BENJAMIN & FOX.

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I e4nnteed, w' ,A This! ExpoMtion incorporated under the law of the Matt- of rioiuln. opened ati ---- 1 \

I"l'U,,31am3I AU A MARI N i CODNTY, FLORIDA, JANUARY 2ft, '18 9. "\ i iI I IA

: CLOSE MAY FIRST 1889. \\1

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Thi will be an Exposition: of I'omological, Horticultural and Agricultural products of Florida, and her soils, timbers, woods, minerals and live stock, and in addition article 1
and products general: interest: from all :States; and countries. Entry is open to the world for the display of its product No charge} for entries nor : spay for the product or t
manufacture of FloridaTliefnited "
States station for improvement and development of products indigenous to this" section has! been located contiguous to our exposition ground. __
[ rife invite exhibits all d t'. iptions particularly those pertaining::to the arts' mechanics aml'agriculture: guarauteeiiij uniform courtesy to all exhinilorH. '' I

,S CASH PREMIUM LIST, $3,500. .j'i '

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GEOV\ WILSOX() evident. W)[. FOX, First Vico-1'resident. DR. II. KNIGHT" Second Vice-Presidcnt ,1. '

C. W CAMPBELL, SK. General Minagei: G. S. MAYO: TrwiHurcr. J. O. CLARKE Secretary.OF t


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Paid s $150,000. SURPLUS, ,'i,6t 0.OOOFFICI.RH ) ], 01'' S'TUCK'S S
j' W.II.COVCIIV.rrRTTRPLUS : Quality of floods and Low Priooa.GOOJKS .
JNO. F DUNN, Preidttw
. E. P. DIHMUKEHfcePrerident.. /1
" R. B. MiCoxuBLl: ,, Cmhier JUHHII ILoc I I0 ,'
ZvIcINTYRE: c. =: : :=: : Bring not ttlabluhtd in our tiN and tlif/antRanl building we art prepared to guarantee'tatitfaction'to -( Ul neat door to FlhllI'aUonaJ Bok.) ,
b. : : ell Jm alas
General Ranting iutinfti'ro MJcUd. Exchange bought and sold
h -A COMPLEX I': 1.1l'CE- ..,, I''' A
el banking houses in the State owned by the BOARD OF DIIU CTOns.: I
othe finest t and hpst, flaking Collections on all accessible Jlolnt .
o facilities
bank ne.e hue special Ji and favor to our. customers consistent with safebus -
e W11 extend, Kpffl careful attention. to all !new entrusted to us
oanking1111611. give r BANK ACCOUNT and all business In our line and JNO. F.DUNN, E. P.DI8MUKES, ; ,
We ()'; tlre utlsfactlon. CIIA8.RHKINAUKR, JA:EINHTEIN: ,
][ porters t Traders N'litlonal Hank, Now York, N.Y.; s sAT :

anthem Bank or Georgia. Savannah. P
Correspondents in all important cities in the West. DEN7l'aliOMl (: -- y

lad special \ Park Sank of Ni'V'1| York. Masts,. Anton// Hint of notion
deet National Hank Savannah Georgia.. A. E. DELOUST.
nwlO-K LowmlU Banking Cvnjtany, Louisville, JTy 'IDIJ.. .

Ocala, Fla.
. Main Street. \ Jewelry Store -Drug Line-

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: his line. Call and examine
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-NM Strings for:Muslcal! Instruments a DELOUEST
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.. 176 1'10 6 00 150 (j
100 110 8Jl' E[250 II 100 Sixteen robes BOU f ;a; o.
Inches 60 80 175 76 high bluff bole
1 Inch 80 :20 121') 60 overloo the
; tAaL of "Beautiful"iML "
Locals 10 cenU per line. Welt.

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For further Information apply at office or HCKS MEETS A ,rRbNS[
t .address
(' C. I* BITTING, l
Fine |
_Business Manager Boating, Sail] (Oannlrig

and Fishi .'.

'' GRAND SEMi.TILOPICAia TOURNAMENT KXI'OSITION AT T1IK, Terms $2::60 per day RelsoU1ble

Rates by Week or iontb.

The Day's Ir(>grara. Address,: '

Nine *, m. 1st.-Knights and Pages ii. J. ROSENBURG,
assemble at the Ocala HoiiM and elect Manafef,
Jodpeft. Late of rut Avenue hotel New York, ADd(Alf \:
ton house,l<ra Falla. ..,
,i 2nd-List by Secretary to 8 j.A
7, Judged, who immediately (decide\ by Iota RATES tS TO $3 PER PA"
and announce the order in which t
tbe tilts are to be made.
Open Ah
, i V3rd-Music, in front of the 0 Ocala I Year.,
------- r-Ocala
Ilouwe where assembled.4th .
y? -Kniphta mounted in costume, D t1M

) Q' form in line by twos, and beaded by the .
' t band march to tho lu t8. a ; .
) ; ? Ten a. m. 5th-After music, informal Coiijpanjjf )
I; tilt by tho Knight ,(optiona1.)

r. 6th-Illusic. "* .
Its 7th-Knighte form in front of Judges'
eland and have brief addreFi.8th D ]
-Music, during which Knights
form at rest at head of the lists. -) (-
Eleven 1\. m. Tho Tourney begins by
it the Marshal calling out the first K night i z CAPITAL STOCK $500,000.00
who makes one tilt, and is followed
upon call of the Marshal, by the remaining -
i Knights in the order adopted,
each making one tilt, after which the mills COMPANY li row prepared to Mil Stock
t second and third tilts are made in the 1 or. lo.u ixlon: feet from 110 upwards and lowed -
4' name manner and order. at the "We t .:nd" Ocafk. Parties pur-
?u5flnf| One Share of Mock of One Hundred
10th- vUl be gum ten Contiguous tot*40x100erf..
i -Threw tilts having been made by For further particulars call upon or address
each Knight, the Knights assemble at
't thejudges'standandhear the announce Geo. S. Mayo,
ment by the Judges of the general re- iN..1 1 Marion Block, OCALA FLA.

;,'' -Music.13th .
(;; -Tilts to decide ties in the mm- V. ImdwlSfebWEI
t petition for prizes. One tilt for each
Knight having made a a tie. HE
t'. 14th-Music.Iftth .
,1, -Final decision of the Judges 4
'? renc1t're.Kni htl'llU1(1' Pagos being assembled $ -LEADS IN THE .
l around the Judges' stand.
t Delivering of the t>ri7e*. ''\
17-Music, during which the successful
',. Knights select the Queen of Love G1ockJo[

and Iteauty, and her Maids of Honor ,. -
1 ) w and bring them forward to the Judge's J1L

stand. .

r 18 10th-.Crowning-Music.20th the Queen. I N E

;'''J :! --The Queen with her Maids, en-
er'th* carriages and proceeded) by the
w4 band and under the escort of their

Knights and 1'npes, procewl through the Repairing a Sp alty,

principal streets lu the Public\ Square:; .. .... .....
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disbands and ally "
where the procession .
( participants devote themselves to general A TOWN LOT E 1! A'TOW'ioT: --0-- ...,
recreation.Eeiebt ( -LocATED DASt
ft ball at the Exposition : FOR i LOO K : FOR 0 ).
c'r"' building. The Queen and I : I

:Maids lead off in the dances.! $25.00. 200.

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NOTIOI':. ------ --- LAND _

Bpeeial and General Days for the ...... ..........- ,.. .. ... .' ....-.........- -.-- .... TIT: r SI
International and Heml-Troplcal : I;H I S.L.: j 1 1 : : -I---i
Y i II! !II l :
Exposition During tho Months of ---..-........ __ ....-..... --
March and April.

It is agreed between the passenger ABSTRACT OOMPt q
agent of the F, H. A N,Co.and the J. T. The first in the field I New' Semi-Tropical addition to the City of Ocala I Anderson's new addition t _

& K. W. Co., that on tll'cdl\ll'Ounty days adjoins the mi.'l'ropical Exposition grounds. Three hundred lots now offered at 825 each, for thirty +
days 1S
the reduced rates obtain only fur points only. The property is elevated and overlooks the city. South street is now being graded to the PLACE 1 0 GET TO.OCA.
from the, territory of the given county property,
,' while on general days the rates are good I The proposed "dummy line," when completed will add 100 per cent. to the value ot every lot. Lots can be -1-1Oma

': for any points in the Ftate on those lines paid for on the installment plan, desired. No commissions, no agents ; buy direct from owner. The editor
.Columbia and State Agricultural Col- I of the BANNER will select lot/ for non-residents. "Get in on the ground floor" Plat can be seen at office of : : :

Gainesville Pay-March 2Gth. II. L. Anderson, or address II. L. Anderson, Lock Box 125, Ocala, Fla.
Leon anti Lee COllJlt.Ii' Day-March
28th Baby show with handsome -
: gene'ral. I
premiums. 8i>ecial concerto name ,

.,, day. THE OCALA HOUSE. E- B.
Savannah Ga. RICHARDS
Day-April 4th,general. ll bids for erecting(Lhf'O'ala 11\Un school Buildfiiic -THB--, v j
will be rewired by the Trusteei of the Ocala
Marlon\ Countypabltu school DayApril "
; \high\ School ualil April lit. 1W). I'lana and I Finest; cj
Oth. tiwcificaiions now ready at the office of T J Livery In.the
8th. \Uh and 10th will be devoted Hook, architect. The IriiNteM reserve the ralth: *.:
tipsLvyaodNassauDaysApril of vegetables, liege of rejecting any ri all Ud. Bonds for !
to display
11th, rut pcrforuianoeof to contract to given.'Rl'i'.d: latlJ The Leading Hotel of the City LEADING( SALES 0,1

gontral; ; t.- j rhalrman: .. IW.rd Trvurtwct Ocala HUh Hvhoel.AUo STJ
Dentall.C1; >aybnton-Aprll 11th, Gen- .t:- ViU. Jl'OXI!<<'notIUY. ,-i':'
d mitt 13. 1,16 and IS wit
era). Also i k grunt tournament. -AND i.
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+ The various premiums will be awardedincluding ,

( the 1,000 offered by Senator DRS. G. H. & J. C FERINE GEORGE

.Grand nc\t.8 will be given every Resident Dontlsts. ARCHITECT AND *1
Sunday afternoon, from 2:30: to 5:00.
ymC J.NT8'
Our special) days attractive features DESIGNS ANDFnrahhed
will be announced from time to time. OCALA FLORIDA.All .

J.O. CLARKE, 0\1:0.: W. Wnaou, branches of deutlatry. Teeth filled and Repainted Inside I and Out! on.I. Ap
Secretary. President. nrenerrvd. Boots crowned with poroelaln or gold
w C. W. CAxrvyvu, Sr., Gen.(Manager. lKH. ArUftt'tAlllf't.from one tooth to*fall set.dtricOy : Ornc..RIlUDINC& 01ti
ar.tciui dentistry at moderate pnoet. s
t M. ; < i > i .
hentea Services. TOOTH rowDt A.racIaLTTa OCALA, .
There will be Lenten Services at Grace
Episcopal Church oa JonJay, Tuesday FURNITURE
"' Xburaat&y.aJ\l"rnoou. at 4-SO: p. in., it CIIACE, .

and on Wednesday and' Friday eveningsand DKXTISTS.rruios. I. J. BROK

7:30. 8Peelel attention Crown Bridgework
11"0 ... pertain.I MARIONICO
Magnolia Nursery.t ftnt
The finest. add beU; *ariet> of orange I'atonel''nl"" eex Brno&(ltulldln'tiAr o tins d mStmt.... OSI5tf In' rln i BEAUTIFUL LAWNS AND CROQUET CROpQS
be had of --- SERYMAN4
trees for the I least money, ---
J. YY,4.F.D.WAiTBH p. GARY. M. D -I---.
wBfebtd, Belle view, Fla.REtYO 1 -Ir I
oR fC3.TeOc&IAIgmber OF
i:3U a hd bt.G1 Lbe1cJ1A I ROMU, A(*.w A teryi Sleek, OCALA. loa Thais APTLY TO : : : : L. U. Til AY EH, MAIAaa1.
work at reasonable price I ,. TIKES A. 8TOIALITT.djan11i2m .
and. get good '1.eTea ..ts aI OCALA, LOBIDA.
\ ease :
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